Wood-Burned Lime Putty

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4330
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H315, H318, H335
Safety Instructions:
P102, P261, P280, P301+P310, P302+P352, P304+P340, P305+P351+P338, P501

Lime Putty from wood-burned kilns. Pure mineral binders for lime plasters, lime-based coatings and self production of lime washes. Pure lime, without the addition of synthetic resin dispersions or dispersing agents.

  • Stored between 28 and 36 months.
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We are pleased to be able of offering reliable Wood-burned Lime Putty in premium quality again. It is particularly important to us that the lime is produced according to traditional methods and in resource-conserving ways.
Our experienced and very reliable lime burner with his kilns and lime deposits near the Baltic Sea supplies us with this special quality. A wood-burnt lime that has been stored between 28 and 36 months. It is very suitable for lime painting, limewashing and the production of mortars. It has excellent coverage and a traditionally pure colour tone. It has been employed for many years by plasterers and conservators in heritage conservation.

In addition to the established 25 kg bucket, our lime putty is also available in 12.5 kg and 5 kg units, which are easier to move around the construction site and scaffolding.

Please note: From the experience of the manufacturer, a younger lime would be of poorer quality and not to be recommended. For interior paints you can use lime putty over 12 months old. For exterior painting, we recommend a longer matured lime.
Application

Limewash:
Mixing ratio: 1 : 3 (1 part lime to 3 parts water or more). One can mix 1 : 3  whitewash with small amounts of linseed oil (10 l lime to 2 - 3 tablespoons boiled linseed oil) or low fat quark (at 10 l lime putty to 500 g low-fat quark).

Consumption: Approximately 10 l lime putty for 60 m2 in 2 - 3 coats

Lime plaster:
Mix ratio: 1 : 4 (1 part lime putty to 4 parts sand)
Consumption for 1 cm thick coat: 100 m2 = 1 m3 lime mortar= 200 kg lime putty.
Consumption for 2 cm thick lime plaster: 100 m2 = 2 m3 mortar = 400 kg lime putty

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